07-25-2011, 11:47 AM
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Thanks again for the replies
I spoke with the vet about this and he seems to think that they will sort it out if left to it. I am not sure about this so I don't leave them alone when playing just so I can keep an eye on it. I am sure that when the GSD grows a little then she will be better able for the play, until then I think it means we all have to be vigilant. The vet doesn't think shadow will hurt her but as you said, Feigh is more fragile and the last thing I want is for her to be hurt, even unintentionally.
The husky is my son's and he is the one who will be taking her to obedience classes. Unfortunately he works full time so it is up to me for the moment to do the training. He walks her in the evening and takes her to the dog park and does a little training in the back yard, 'sit', stay etc. Every little helps I suppose. I just take it on because I am off work for the summer so it's easier for me to do it.
Anyway, thanks again for the help, I am sure I will have loads more questions in the coming months,